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New investor strengthens KOJO’s national growth

November 8, 2018 Business News No Comments Email Email

Award-winning creative company, KOJO has announced prominent Australian businessman Jamie McClurg as a new shareholder and non-executive director. The appointment continues KOJO’s strategic investment to continue national and international growth of its services and business model.

Jamie McClurg, Executive Chairman of Commercial & General

Dale Roberts, Chief Executive Officer at KOJO says Jamie’s appointment will accelerate KOJO’s growth.

“Attracting someone of Jamie’s calibre is a great asset to our company. As Executive Chairman of Commercial & General, one of Australia’s leading private property development and investment management companies, Jamie not only brings his extensive experience in business but also an incredible passion for the creative sector,” said Roberts.

The appointment will help KOJO continue to harness growth opportunities, drive innovation and open new markets nationally and internationally.

Mr Roberts added, “KOJO spans a diverse range of services so as a business, we needed to ensure we have equally diverse skills and experience across the ownership and board structure of our company. Jamie shares our core values and vision to be one of the world’s great creative companies.”

Jamie has been watching the growth of KOJO with particular interest over the last few years stating, “Having observed KOJO’s success on the national and international stage, they have continually demonstrated that they are at the forefront of innovation in bringing the art of creative, production and delivery together across their three core businesses in KOJO Creative, KOJO Film & TV and KOJO Sport. It’s a rare service offering, delivered on a world stage, that I am excited to be a part of and help take to the next level.”

Jamie has spent more than 20 years in the development, construction, investment management and real estate industries and is responsible for the Commercial & General group’s overall strategic direction and investor relationships.

Jamie’s investment in KOJO comes as company director Maryanne Milazzo departs the business as a shareholder and director. Maryanne was on the board for the past eight years and was the wife of KOJO founding partner, the late John Chataway. The KOJO board wishes to acknowledge Maryanne’s passion, commitment and business acumen in helping shape the business that KOJO has become today.

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